dholmes at garnet.acns.fsu.edu
Tue May 18 15:35:00 UTC 1993
> The TrueType fonts provided with Windows 3.1 can be used in WordPerfect for
> Windows. These are scaleable fonts that are displayed on the screen. Moreover,
> WordPerfect 5.2 for Windows is supplied with the Adobe Type Manager, which enables
> the user to print with Postscript Type 1 fonts even on non-postscript printers. These too
> are scaleable fonts that are displayed also on the screen. It is possible to purchase
> almost every font (including Devanagari) in either or both of these formats.
> Alternatively, with suitable software one can create one's own fonts. Both TrueType and
> Postscript fonts can for example be created using Altsys's Fontographer or Ares's
> Fontmonger. With the latter Macintosh and NeXT fonts can be converted.
> Ronald E. Emmerick
Can Ronald or anyone else provide a contact address for getting the type
of Devanagari font described here?
Dwight R. Holmes
Center for International Studies INTERNET: dholmes at garnet.acns.fsu.edu
Learning Systems Institute VOICE: 904-644-5442
Florida State University FAX: 904-644-3783
Tallahassee, FL 32306
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